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Career Advancements Katherine Siwek recently became the compulsory program director and USA Gymnastics girls team coach at Achievers Gymnastics Center in Siwek Denton. Siwek spent 12 years as the women’s assistant gymnastics coach at Seattle Pacific University and also previously
worked for ASI Gymnastics in Keller. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Seattle Pacific, where she was on the gymnastics team. ■ Darrin Siver, vice president of PACCAR, was recently named Peterbilt’s new general manager, according to company officials. Peterbilt is a subsidiary of PACCAR Inc. Siver will replace Bill Kozek, who took a new position as pres-
ident of Navistar International Corp., whose subsidiaries and affiliates produce several brands of commercial and military trucks, diesel engines and school and commercial buses. Silver has 20 years of experience with PACCAR, most recently serving as general manager of PACCAR Parts, company spokesman Todd Acker said in an e-mail Tuesday afternoon. Kozek spent 26 years at PACCAR Inc., where he most recent-
ly served as vice president and general manager of Peterbilt Motors Company. ■ Dr. Ron Aldridge, former chief executive of Health Services of North Texas, spent 12 1/2 years with the nonprofit agency before retiring May 17. Aldridge, 69, Aldridge said he thought
it was a good time to leave the agency, which focuses on improving the quality of life of undeserved people in North Texas. The agency was founded as AIDS/Denton Inc. by a volunteer group that saw a need for education and support services for people with HIV and their families. Aldridge said he will continue to volunteer his time to the Health Services of North Texas Foundation’s board.
viously housed Linwood-Alford Florist and Oxide Gallery. The building was gutted from the top down, but some of its original structure was kept, much like Verus’ renovation of the Texas Building at Oak and Locust streets last year. Next door to Verus, Smiling Moose Deli now has its 18th location. It serves salads, soups, breakfast and specialty coffees, and gluten-free options and also offers catering. The Boulder, Colo.-based franchise has been expanding in Texas, according to Larry Hill, president of Smiling Moose Deli Franchise Co. Unlike other locations, the Denton restaurant has a patio, Hill said.
looks for projects that can help the students get real-world experience.
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District change in bus provider costs jobs Durham School Services, a student transportation provider, reported to the Texas Workforce Commission that 67 positions in Little Elm will be cut beginning June 30. The company provided its layoff notice to the commission April 23 as part of the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act. It protects workers, their families and communities by requiring employers to provide notification of pending job cuts. School officials said they reduced their costs by contracting with GoldStar Transit for the 2013-14 school year. 5-4
‘Good Morning Texas’ showcases Denton Members of the Denton community bundled up and headed to the downtown Square to show support for their city. For days, the Denton Convention and Visitors Bureau had spread the word through social media that WFAA-TV’s Good Morning Texas On the Road team would come to the Square for a live broadcast. Staff from Beth Marie’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream & Soda Fountain came out with their cart, and folks with the Denton
Community Market set up a tent. The show focused briefly on the crowd at 9:17 a.m., and by 9:40 a.m. Mayor Pro Tem Pete Kamp appeared on the segment to introduce city officials and talk about the great things Denton has to offer. 5-5
S. Scalf, New York Life Insurance Co.; Dr. Elizabeth R. Seymour, Medical Associates of Denton; Ramon J. Silva-Reyes Jr., Freese & Nichols Inc.; Shirlene E. Sitton, city of Denton; Brian K. Tackett, Hayes, Berry, White & Vanzant LLP; Kimberly A. VillarealThaggard, Denton High School; and Duke York, Access Bank Texas. ■
27th Leadership Denton class graduates Hair studios among The 17 members of new businesses Leadership Denton’s 27th class
graduated April 26. The ceremony was part of the Denton Chamber of Commerce’s membership luncheon at Buffalo Valley Event Center. As part of their class project, the Leadership Denton Class of 2013 established an alumni database and hosted an annual social for alumni to meet, Brad Lahart, 2012-13 general chairman, said in an e-mail. The program’s graduates are: Rebecca P. Deviney, city of Denton; Britton J. Donalson, Independent Bank; Judson S. Frisby, Killian Property Management; Sharon D. Garrett, Denton Regional Medical Center; Jennifer L. Phillips, Denton High School; Michael C. Pritle, Denton Bible Church; Lilyan A. PradoCarrillo, University of North Texas; Michelle Reeves, Texas Woman’s University; Clayton D. Rozell, city of Denton; William
In April, Denton issued certificates of occupancy for two hair salons, Yandeh Touray Hair Braiding Salon at 5800 N. Interstate 35, Suite 301, and Hollins Hair Studio at 813 Sunset St. The city also issued the following certificates: Adventureland Early Learning Center, child day care, 1407 Fulton St. Fix It Fast Franchise, retail, 728 Fort Worth Drive. ■
Verus Real Estate opens new offices
Verus Real Estate finally has a new home at the corner of Carroll Boulevard and Hickory Street. The renovated building houses not only the company’s business offices but also a new restaurant, Smiling Moose Deli. The new shared space is unique in its use of the 5,600square-foot building, which pre-
UNT students to work on new animal shelter A team of University of North Texas engineering students made Denton’s new animal shelter their capstone project for school. The students — Vini Deraj, Jonathan Gallaway, David Olsen, Hayden Richardson and Nathan Wood — wanted to pick a project where their work might have an impact, so they picked the new Denton Animal Shelter, according to Olsen. Diane DeSimone, a lecturer in the engineering technology department, said the faculty
Labinal moves to new site in Denton Safran Group’s Labinal Inc. inaugurated its new site at the former Russell-Newman building, 3790 Russell Newman Blvd. The 130,000-square-foot location serves as Labinal’s new American headquarters and is double the footprint of its previous building. Labinal produces wire harnesses for customers including Boeing, Sikorsky and Bell Helicopter. Building renovations included automatic lighting controls, high-efficiency light fixtures and updated insulation. The facility now uses less water and has an energy management system, officials said. Labinal has 700 employees and is looking to accommodate future employment growth, the news release stated. ■
Denton hospital helps West residents
Denton Regional Medical Center teamed up with Mission Regan and area firefighters to provide mattresses for people affected by the West plant explosion.
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Calendar of Events Altrusa International Inc. of Denton meets for its monthly dinner and program at Vigne Wine Shop & Deli, 219 W. Hickory St. Cost is $10 per person. Call 940-387-5031 for reservations or visit www.altrusadenton.org. Tuesday, June 25, 6:30 p.m.
Association of Business Contingency Planners, North Texas Chapter has its monthly luncheon at H5 Colo at 12712 Park Central in Dallas. Cost is $35 per person. For more information, visit http://northtx.acp-international. com/Meetings.htm. Tuesday, July 2, noon
Aubrey 380 Area Chamber of Commerce meets at the Prairie House Restaurant at 10001 E. Highway 380 in Cross Roads. Cost is $12 per person, reservations required. Call 940-3659781 or e-mail chamber@ aubreycoc.org Wednesday, June 19, 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 17, 11:30 a.m.
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Denton Black Chamber of Commerce meets at the Denton Housing Authority, 1225 Wilson St.
Hickory Creek Planning and Zoning Commission meets at Hickory Creek Town Hall, 1075 Ronald Reagan Ave. Wednesday, July 3, 7 p.m.
Home Builders Association of Greater Dallas, Greater Denton Division has its monthly meeting and luncheon at Texas Land & Cattle, 8398 S. Stemmons Freeway. Cost is $15 for associates and builders with reservations and $18 for walkins. Call 940-383-0853. Tuesday, June 25, 11:30 a.m.
International Institute of Business Analysis, Dallas Chapter meets at Bravo Tech, 4835 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1000 in Dallas. For speaker and topic information, visit http://dallas.iiba.org. Thursday, June 20, 6 p.m.
Investment Perspective Seminar hosted by financial adviser Kathy R. Bauer of Edward Jones at 2925 Country Club Road, Suite 101A, in Denton. Coffee is complimentary. Call 940-482-0280 Thursday, July 18, 9 a.m.
Denton League of United Latin American Citizens No. 4366 meets at the Denton Senior Center, 509 N. Bell Ave.
Lake Cities Netweavers business networking group meets at the IHOP restaurant off Interstate 35E in Hickory Creek. Cost is $12 and includes breakfast. For more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Thursday, June 20, 8 a.m.
Tuesday, July 19, 6 p.m.
Denton Planning and Zoning Commission meets in the council chambers at City Hall, 215 E. McKinney St.
Thursday, June 27, 8 a.m.
Wednesday, June 26, 6:30 p.m.
Lake Dallas 4A Economic Development Corp. meets at Lake Dallas Municipal Complex, 212 Main St.
Wednesday, July 10, 6:30 p.m.
Monday, July 1, 7 p.m.
Electronics Recycling will take place at The Cupboard Natural Food Store, 200 W. Congress St. Drop off any computer-related equipment and have your hard drive crushed onsite. Fees may apply for certain items. For a list of accepted items and for more information, visit computer crusher.com. Saturday, July 13, 8 a.m.
Lake Dallas 4B Community Development Corp. meets at Lake Dallas Municipal Complex, 212 Main St. Monday, July 8, 7 p.m.
NAACP, Denton County Chapter meets at the Denton Housing Authority, 1225 Wilson St. Thursday, July 11, 7 p.m.
Oakmont Womenâ€™s Club, a social organization dedicated to community service through fundraising events and activities, meets at St. Andrews Room at Oakmont Country Club, 1901 Oakmont Drive in Corinth. Annual membership is $25. For more information, call 940-3215599 or visit, http://oakmont womensclub.org. Tuesday, July 9, 10 a.m.
Pilot Point Chamber of Commerce meets for its monthly luncheon at the Pilot Point Community Center. Cost is $12 per person payable at the door. Visit http://pilotpoint.org. Thursday, June 20, 11:30 a.m.
SCORE, the Service Corps of Retired Executives offers free management counseling for prospective new business owners or existing business in trouble. Confidential, one-hour counseling sessions are available by appointment every Wednesday at South Branch Library, 3228 Teasley Lane. Call 940-349-8752 to make an appointment. Wednesday, June 19, 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 26, 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 3, 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 10, 9 a.m.
Small Business Breakfast meeting sponsored by the North Central Texas College Small Business Development Center at the Denton Chamber of Commerce. A light breakfast is provided. Call 940-380-1849. Tuesday, July 9, 7:15 a.m.
Women Business Owners of Denton County will hold its monthly luncheon at Los Toreros, 2900 Wind River Lane. Tuesday, July 9, 11:30 a.m. Please tell us about your event or meeting by e-mailing Karina RamĂrez at email@example.com; by fax at 940-566-6888; or by mail to DBC Calendar, Denton Record-Chronicle, 314 E. Hickory St., Denton, TX 76201. She also can be reached at 940-5666878.
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Investing wisdom from Omaha “If you are not confused about the economy, you don’t understand it very well.” — Charlie Munger, at the 2013 Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting
ach May, we trek to Nebraska to pay homage to the Oracle of Omaha. Home to Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett’s massive conglomerate, Omaha becomes the “Woodstock for Capitalists” the first weekend of May as more than 40,000 shareholders, investors and Buffett devotees converge on the Midwestern town. This year’s annual shareholders’ meeting was pleasantly bereft of drama. In recent years, the focus turned to massive deals —
Jonathon FITE | like the Burlington-Northern Santa Fe acquisition in 2010 — insider trading allegations against key lieutenants (David Sokol in 2011) and Buffett’s backing of hated Wall Street firms like Goldman Sachs even while Congress pilloried them during hearings in 2012. No, the 2013 meeting focused on more relevant concerns like who will run Buffett’s company
after he moves on. Buffett assured the masses some changes in operating structure would likely ensue, but that the managerial talent bench was deep and well cared for. The one twist to this year’s trek was Buffett’s inclusion of a noted “bear” — a short seller named Doug Kass who did not believe Berkshire’s future was very bright. While more selfpromotional than insightful, Kass took soft-gloved jabs at Buffett’s baby. But Warren was quick to note how strongly the insurance, rail, energy, and housing businesses were performing — not to mention a sterling equity portfolio benefiting from the rise off the 2009 lows. Even at 82 years young, Warren proved he is still very
much on his game. But the star of the show had to be Charlie Munger, Warren’s curmudgeonly wizened business partner. As shareholders continued to press the two octogenarians about the implications of today’s monetary and fiscal policies, Charlie quipped the quote above. It seems Charlie was channeling his inner Yogi Berra as he most aptly described how portfolio managers might struggle to predict what the future holds for the economy. It’s a tough call. We survived the pivotal election, the looming fiscal cliff, the dreadful sequester. As of this writing, broad measures of the U.S. stock market have rallied more than 15 percent or so, two years worth of typical gains in less than six months. Some might say the massive money printing of the last four years is finally starting to kick in. This could be the first
leg of a multi-year rally as investors who have missed out finally jump on board. This is true. But one of my favorite quotes from Humphrey Neill, author of the famous investing book, The Art of Contrary Thinking, goes “never confuse brains with a bull market.” As value investors, we must fight the temptation of greed when markets are rising just as much as we have to fight the bouts of fear when markets are falling. If you inspect the Dow or S&P 500, these indexes are trading for roughly 16 times the earnings of the companies which comprise the benchmarks. This is very much in line with the indexes’ long-term averages. But given today’s low interest rates, these valuations seem far from overheated. Unfortunately, as a FITE | CONTINUED ON PAGE 11
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ne of the most frequent questions asked of attorneys goes something like this. Question: X and I verbally entered into an agreement concerning [insert subject matter here]. X didn’t perform his part of the agreement. Can I sue him over that agreement? Verbal agreements may be enforceable where they contain all of the legal elements necessary to form a contract. That is, there is an offer made by one party, an acceptance of the offer by another party, consideration exists, and the agreement is not otherwise illegal or against public policy. Consideration may be in the form of goods or money, or may be nothing more than mutual promises of each party to perform in accordance with the agreement. Certain contracts which have been held to be illegal or against public policy in Texas are gambling debts, Mary Carter agreements, and unreasonable non-compete agreements. In situations where it appears that an otherwise enforceable contract exists, the law will not enforce a verbal contract or promise unless it is
Scott ALAGOOD | in writing and signed by the person sought to be charged — or his or her authorized agent. This legal rule is called the Statute of Frauds and is codified in Section 26.01 of the Texas Business & Commerce Code. The Statute of Frauds applies to the following types of promises and agreements: ■ promises from an executor or administrator to pay the debts or damages of the decedent; ■ guaranty agreements; ■ an agreement made in consideration of marriage or nonmarital conjugal cohabitation; ■ a contract for the sale of real estate; ■ a lease of real estate for a term longer than one year; ■ an agreement that is not to
be performed within one year; ■ an agreement to pay a commission on the sale or purchase of an oil or gas lease, royalty, or mineral interest; and ■ an agreement, promise, or warranty of cure relating to medical care or results by a physician or health care provider — excluding pharmacists. There are other types of agreements which must be in writing and signed by the party to be bound, such as: ■ loans from certain financial institutions (Tex. Bus. & Com. Code Section 26.02); ■ contracts for the sale of goods for a price of $500 or more (Tex. Bus. & Com. Code Section 2.201(a)); ■ agreements between parties or attorneys touching a lawsuit (Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 11); and ■ agreements seeking commissions from the sale or purchase of real estate (Texas Occupations Code Section 1101.806(c)). Where a contract appears to meet the terms of the Statute of Frauds, the writing must contain within itself or by express reference to another writing all
of the essential or material terms of the parties’ agreement. The contract terms must be ascertained from the writing without resort to outside verbal testimony or writings not referenced in the contract. Certain terms of a contract may be implied by a court if not specifically addressed, such as the time for performance, time and place of payment, and in certain situations, price. In a contract involving the sale or lease of real estate which is subject to the Statute of Frauds, the writing must contain within itself, or by reference to another existing writing, sufficient data or other means by which the land may be identified with reasonable certainty. Failure of the contract to contain a proper legal description in these situations will render the contract unenforceable under the Statute of Frauds. Of course, there are always exceptions. Where one of the parties to an agreement partially performs the agreement, a court will not apply the Statute of Frauds. “Partial performance” occurs when one party to the agreement performs his
part of the agreement and in reliance suffers a substantial detriment for which there is no legal remedy, while the other party would reap an unearned benefit. For example, a seller agrees to sell his house to a buyer for a specified price, but the agreement is never reduced to writing and no deed to the property is ever delivered to the buyer. In reliance of such verbal agreement, the buyer takes possession of the house, pays the agreed price, maintains and improves the residence, pays the property taxes, insures the dwelling, and otherwise does all the things that an owner would do. If the seller then refuses to deed the property to the buyer following the buyer’s performance, the law will not render the verbal agreement unenforceable under the Statute of Frauds. R. SCOTT ALAGOOD is a licensed Texas attorney and Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in both Residential and Commercial Real Estate Law and may be contacted by email at Alagood@denton law.com or www.denton law.com.
Chamber to host lunch for new DISD teachers
ack by popular demand, the chamber will be hosting the new teachers of the Denton Independent School District for lunch Aug. 14 at the Advance Technology Center. Participating sponsors have provided contents for a gift bag to be presented at the actual time the teachers are hired. Sponsors are also helping fund gift cards that will be distributed based on an individual
Chuck CARPENTER | drawing format during the luncheon. Besides welcoming new
teachers, the concept is to help connect chamber member businesses to potential new clients and customers. The next membership luncheon, scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 19, will feature all six members of the Denton County state legislative delegation. Both state senators, Jane Nelson and Craig Estes, and Denton’s state representative Myra Crownover have been invited to participate in a spe-
cial briefing on the key issues addressed during the 83rd Session of the Texas Legislature. The luncheon culminates the Denton County Day activities coordinated by several area chambers this past February. The Denton County legislative panel met with a number of individuals in Austin as part of this event during the regular session. State government is a major
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industry in Denton. Subsequently, communication with Denton area legislators is a crucial aspect of the chamber’s economic development efforts. More details on the luncheon will be available soon. CHUCK CARPENTER is president of the Denton Chamber of Commerce. He can be reached at dcoc@ denton-chamber.org or 940382-9693.
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Business Mixers McNatt Community Support Fundraiser Tammy Motteler was the winner of the 2013 McNatt Community Support fundraiser on May 18. Motteler chose a 2013 Toyota RAV4 Limited from Jim McNatt Toyota as her winning vehicle. The fundraiser assists local schools and organizations gather funds for the kids in Denton, Cooke, Montague and Wise counties. Schools keep 100 percent of the funds raised.
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Several businesses were recognized during the Mayor's Quarterly Council Breakfast on May 30. Businesses received awards from city departments, area universities and other local entities. The following photos list the awarding company, organization or entity, followed by the award recipient and the person accepting the award
Texas Woman's University Small Business Institute: Anna Love, owner of Love to Live Well
Denton Enterprise Airport: HTA Aviation co-owners Steve and Sara Brown
North Central Texas College Small Business Development Center: Robin Huttash, owner of A Creative Art Studio
Denton Police Department: Zimmerer Kubota rental manager Revi Boehrs
Denton Public Library: Dollar General district manager Jim Sweet
City of Denton Solid Waste Recycling: Place to Be Properties, Miranda Ridinger, bookkeeper/recycling programs U.S. Congressman Michael Burgess
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whole, they are no longer cheap either. In our own portfolio, which has bested the market’s rise these last few months, we hold fewer positions and much more cash than we did just back in December. The companies we still own are either modestly cheap world dominators or insanely cheap special situations. Our world dominators will do fine over time. Our special situations often have specific catalysts that once unlocked can generate tremendous returns. This portfolio construction still results in an overall portfolio with lots of untapped value, even in spite of our larger cash position. If the markets continue to run, we should perform nicely. Ideally though, we will see a wicked correction in the coming months which re-instills a
healthy sense of fear in the general populace. While this sentiment is shocking to some, it is during these times that our cash piles can be best put to work to generate long-term returns. At the end of the day though, if you spend a lot of time worrying about what next week or next month holds, you are expending a lot of fruitless energy. We think Charlie has it right — if you understand what’s going in the economy today, you are likely to end up very confused about what you should do. So instead of forecasting GDP trends, interest rate movements or unemployment levels, we simply focus on value. We spend our time understanding the key drivers of a handful of businesses we understand well. This enables us to get a comfortable estimate of what we think the company is worth. If we can buy it cheaply, we are
happy to do so. If we can’t, we simply wait. As readers try to heed the investing wisdom from Omaha, and sift through some of the confusion today’s market creates for investors, we believe this value-based strategy is as important now as it was during the pains of a few years ago. In the meantime, we are already planning next year’s return trek to Omaha. JONATHON FITE is a managing partner of KMF Investments, a Texas-based hedge fund, and an adjunct professor with the College of Business at the University of North Texas and the University of Arkansas. This column is provided for general interest only and should not be construed as personal investment advice. Comments may be sent to Jonathon.Fite@KMFI nvestments.com.
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After the April 17 disaster, the hospital worked with several Little Elm firefighters to coordinate the donation and delivery of 41 hospital mattresses for relief efforts. The mattresses were donated to Mission Regan, a nonprofit that repurposes used medical supplies for those in need. Denton Regional Medical Center is one of the organization’s donating partners. ■
Restaurant celebrates military, barbecue
May was both National Barbecue Month and National Military Appreciation Month, so the drink cups at Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q sported camo
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colors in support of veterans and Homes for Our Troops, a nonprofit that builds homes for severely injured veterans. Customers who opted to donate $1 to the organization received a coupon for a drink, according to a news release. Funds raised through May will be designated for Army Spc. Justin Perez-Gorda, who was left paralyzed and suffered a traumatic brain injury after an explosion in Afghanistan. Homes for Our Troops plans to build a custom home for PerezGorda in Dripping Springs. ■
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Packing summer full of air, train and car travel By Jenna Duncan and Karina Ramírez
Travel this summer is a mixed bag as some remain cautious about making trips — both abroad and closer to home. Some industries are seeing increases while others report the same amount of business as last year or less. But one local economist believes confidence in the overall economy will lead to a busy summer for businesses in the travel industry, especially after several years of tightening belts and staying closer to home. As job growth and the econo-
my have been modestly growing, more people have the consumer confidence to travel this summer, said Terry Clower, director for the Center for Economic Development and Research at the University of North Texas. “If families are feeling more confidence about their job security, their income, retirement portfolios … then they
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U.S. Airways and American Airlines planes are shown at gates at DFW International Airport on Feb. 14 in Grapevine. File photo feel more comfortable spending a little bit more on a vacation,” he said. Bookings at airlines, hotels and resorts have all been up this year, and Clower says the capacity utilization of the air carriers right now is very strong, meaning the flights are filling up. This is because of increases in both business and leisure travel, with an increase
in more traditional vacations instead of the recent trend of staycations. “I think the airports are going to be pretty crowded for most of the summer,” Clower said. “I think we’re going to see a little boost, which we would call a response to pent-up demand. For families who have had to do staycations or have been more cautious about their spending, this will be the first big vacation that they have in a couple of years.” TRAVEL BY AIR Summer air travel will see
the largest volume since 2008, with 209 million passengers expected globally from June through August, according to Airlines for America, the largest American airline trade association. Of the 209 million travelers, about 27 million of those flyers will go to international destinations, a new record, the association reported. Katie Connell, the managing director for airline industry public relations and communications at A4A, said the predictions are based on Bureau of Transportation Statistics and other factors such as recently macroeconomic and industry trends. “We attribute the uptick in air travel to rising household net worth and corporate profits, strong airline operational performance and recent relief in energy prices,” Connell said in an e-mail. This is the largest volume of summer travel the industry has seen since 2008, when more than 210 million people flew. TRAVEL BY TRAIN National rail operator Amtrak also expects increased ridership this July and August, though the organization does not release projected figures. They are expecting heavy ridership this summer based on
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A mechanic checks the oil on a car being repaired. Auto shops are seeing an increase of customers getting their cars checked so they could travel.
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The Mariner of the Seas, right, one of the Voyager-class vessels of Royal Caribbean International, docks at Kai Tak Cruise Terminal in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbor.
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Passengers board an Amtrak train at Union Station.
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advance reservations, and demand for July and August has increased, said Christina Leeds, media relations manager. Currently, three Amtrak routes go through Texas, the most popular being the Texas Eagle, which travels from Illinois to California and stops in Dallas and Fort Worth. Ridership on the line grew 12.8 percent from fiscal year 2011 to fiscal year 2012, Leeds reported, and for October 2012 to March 2013, the route saw another .2 percent growth.
travel arrangements were already full, this year people waited. “I don’t know if it was because of the economy. I don’t know if that means people are not spending a lot this year,” she said. “[Still] this year if people want to travel they can still find space.” Escay said since the summer season is almost over, her customers are already planning for 2014. “They start summer booking in the fall,” she said. “For the summer they start planning
BOOKING TRAVEL Toni Escay, owner of Oceans ‘N’ Air Travel in Highland Village, said she has booked a lot of cruises for this year. “The trips we book are highend cruises and specialized tours,” she said about people registering to take Alaska Cruises or traveling to the Mediterranean, Hawaii or Europe. Escay has been part of the travel business for more than 40 years. She said unlike three years ago, when people booked and
right after the holidays, sometimes it is at least six months ahead of time.” DENTON HOTELS Gina Atkinson, director of sales at Courtyard by Marriott Denton at 2800 Colorado Blvd., said her location is off to a good start this summer. The Courtyard by Marriott Denton has 92 rooms, and during the week it is occupied between 75 to 100 percent, Atkinson said. “We have yet to see a drop in the weekday corporate business
travel,” she said. “However, I am sure we will see that decline starting mid-June and July, as we usually do, because those visiting Denton for business will be taking off for their own family vacations.” Atkinson said graduation and events at universities and local high schools help the hotel have strong weekends. TRAVELING CLOSER TO HOME Rod Burch with Pro Tech Automotive at 2105 Sadau Court, Suite 100, in Denton said he saw a lot of customers last week getting their cars maintained. “Some of them were thinking of traveling after school got out,” he said. Most of his customers were preparing to go outside of the area like Galveston or even outside of the state to Florida. This year, compared to last, Burch said he saw the same number of customers stop by to get their cars repaired or get maintenance done so they could travel. Pro Tech Automotive has been in Denton for the past 24 years at the same location. JENNA DUNCAN can be reached at 940-566-6889. Her e-mail address is jduncan@ dentonrc.com. KARINA RAMÍREZ can be reached at 940-566-6878. Her e-mail address is kramirez@ dentonrc.com.
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proposition that gives the city authority to sell natural gas to nonresidential customers in the industrial park on the city’s west side. Denton sought special legislation to start a natural gas utility during the last session of the Texas Legislature. Senate Bill 1230 allows the city to build not only a combined heat and power plant but also a high-pressure pipeline in the industrial park. The bill included language that superseded the city charter,
which critics have said bypassed Denton voters. ■
Custom saddle maker opens Denton shop
In his lifetime, leather craftsman and custom saddle maker Mark Hurley has made 819 saddles. Many of them he made while he worked at Luskey’s/ Ryon’s shop in Fort Worth. After 23 years specializing in roping saddles with Luskey’s/Ryon’s, Hurley decided to open his own shop in Denton, off Interstate 35 next to Smith
Brothers, in January 2012. The 24-by-36-foot barn that houses Hurley Saddlery has all the equipment he needs to create custom saddles, from the leather to his tools to the trees — the initial foundation for the saddle. The shop also makes custom albums, coasters, purses, cellphone and tablet cases and other items. 5-17
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Investment group buys Voertman’s Bookstore Paul Voertman, former owner of the the iconic Voertman’s Bookstore, described the store that his father, Roy, started as a general store with “a little bit of a lot of things and someone to help find it.” The bookstore and additional retail concepts on West Hickory and West Oak streets near the University of North Texas were | CONTINUED ON PAGE 15
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sold to an out-of-state investment group April 30. Blake Shipp, vice president with the commercial retail division of The Weitzman Group, handled negotiations for the seller, Nebraska Book Co., in cooperation with GA Keen Realty Advisors of Melville, N.Y. The sale involved a number of adjacent retail, apartment and commercial buildings, which incorporate a total of 37,951 square feet, a press release said. Voertman’s occupies 29,900 square feet. The name of the buyer was not disclosed. Officials with Voertman’s could not be reached for comment. ■
Highland Village home sells via auction
A Highland Village home placed on auction sold for $715,000. The five-bedroom, five-bath house was auctioned in May. John Marshall of the public relations firm Marshall & Associates, which helped with the sale, said in an e-mail that eight registered participants put down $25,000 in order to bid, as requested by the auction group company. The auction was conducted by the National Auction Group Inc. of Gadsden, Ala., which specializes in the auction of highend properties. The property was appraised in 2012 at $782,234, according to Denton Central Appraisal District records. ■
Jada Enterprises buys Lewisville site
Jada Enterprises acquired the George W. Bush Presidential Library’s former holdings building, located at 1725 Lake Pointe Drive in Lewisville. Jada Enterprises bought the building from Lincoln Property Co. GSA, LLC. Located in Lewisville’s tech center, the 84,410-square-foot facility sits on about 5.6 acres. It
includes about 23,630 square feet of office space, another 36,308 square feet of production space and about 26,202 square feet of warehouse space, a news release said. The building was built in 1998. Dan Spika with Henry S. Miller represented the buyer and Michael Peinado with Lincoln Property Co. represented the seller. ■
Denton hospital earns ‘A’ for safety
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton earned the Leapfrog Group’s “A” grade for patient safety, according to a news release. The LeapFrog Group is Washington, D.C.-based employer-driven hospital quality watchdog that provides grades to hospitals based on their safety in preventing errors, infections, injuries and medication mixups.
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In addition to Texas Health Denton, “A” grades were also provided to other Texas Health hospitals including Arlington, Azle, Cleburne, Fort Worth, Hurst-Euless-Bedford, Plano, Southwest Fort Worth and Stephenville. Texas Health hospitals in Allen, Dallas and Kaufman were graded a “B,” still above most hospitals in the country. Denton Regional Medical Center and Medical Center of Lewisville also received an “A” grade, according to the report.
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Owatonna, Minn., to Denton. In a statement, company officials said the reason for the move was to “take advantage of improved technologies and efficiencies, as well as to continue to improve and integrate delivery and quality of our products.” Company officials also announced it will move its warranty services from Owatonna to its jewelry manufacturing facility, also located in Denton. In 2008, the Denton location completed a 13,000-squarefoot expansion in order to increase its jewelry production. Jostens is located at 3500 S. Interstate 35E. ■
Viet Bites opens in Denton
Foods like banh mi sandwiches, pho bo beef noodle soups and Vietnamese tacos are some of the menu items now available in Denton. As of last fall, three new restaurant concepts aim to introduce Denton residents to Vietnamese cuisine. Last August, James Trinh, 45, and Victoria Nguyen, 33, left their jobs and sold their home in Sugar Land to move to North Texas and open their first restaurant. On Feb. 1, the couple opened Viet Bites at the old Tom & Jo’s location at 702 S. Elm St.
Cheryl A. Williamson, owner and general manager of Title Boxing Club had a book signing of her book “Words from the Spirit for the Spirit” held June 2 at Chocolate Secrets in Dallas. Williamson released her book in April 2013.
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Lease: Harris Ranch-Westview[10H] Operator: Vantage Fort Worth Energy LLC Location: 606-acre lease, R. Whitlock, A-1403; 3.5 Miles NW of Denton Field: Newark, East [Barnett Shale] Total Depth: 9000'
DENTON COUNTY Lease: Alliance Commerce Unit [B3H] Operator: Quicksilver Resources, Inc. Location: 682.289-acre unit, B. Mathews Survey, A860; 3.3 Miles NE of Haslet Field: Newark, East [Barnett Shale] Total Depth: 7452' Lease: George McDonald [2H] Operator: Devon Energy Production Co., LP. Location: 640-acre unit, BBB&C RR CO., Survey, A-157; 5.5 Miles NW of Denton Field: East Newark [Barnett Shale] Total Depth: 9000' Lease: George McDonald [4H] Operator: Devon Energy Production Co., LP. Location: 640-acre unit, BBB&C RR CO., Survey, A-157; 5.5 Miles NW of Denton Field: East Newark [Barnett Shale] Total Depth: 9000'
Lease: Harris Ranch-Westview[12H] Operator: Vantage Fort Worth Energy LLC Location: 671.17-acre lease, R. Whitlock, A-1403; 3.8 Miles NW of Denton Field: Newark, East [Barnett Shale] Total Depth: 9000' Lease: Harris Ranch-Westview[13H] Operator: Vantage Fort Worth Energy LLC Location: 198.82-acre lease, R. Whitlock, A-1403; 3.8 Miles NW of Denton Field: Newark, East [Barnett Shale] Total Depth: 9000'
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Vital Statistics BUILDING PERMITS The following building permits were issued by the Denton Planning and Development department in May. Commercial alterations and commercial permits reflect the owner or tenant and the address of the business. Residential permits include the address and the total valuation of the home. Certificates Of Occupation Eagle Farms Inc., 1805 Hinkle, No. 100 Tom Johnson, 3737 Mingo Road, No. 104 Troy Arstingstall, 2301 N. Masch Branch Road, No. 208 Vista Bonita Financial 1820 N. Ruddell St., Building No. 8 1820 Ruddell St., Building No. 2 1820 Ruddell St., Building No. 3 1820 Ruddell St., Building No. 4 1820 Ruddell St., Building No. 5 1820 Ruddell St., Building No. 6 1820 Ruddell St., Building No. 7 1824 Ruddell St. 1824 Ruddell St. 1824 Ruddell St. 1824 Ruddell St. 1910 Ruddell St., Building No. 3 1910 Ruddell St., Building No. 4 1910 Ruddell St., Building No. 5 1910 Ruddell St., Building No. 6 1910 Ruddell St., Building No. 1 1910 Ruddell St., Building No. 2 1920 Ruddell St., Building No. 1 1920 Ruddell St., Building No. 2 1920 Ruddell St., Building No. 3 1920 Ruddell St., Building No. 4 1920 Ruddell St., Building No. 5 1920 Ruddell St., Building No. 6 1920 Ruddell St., Building No. 7 Commercial Alteration Cardiovascular and Thor., 3341 Unicorn Lake Blvd. City of Denton, 2001 W. Windsor St. City of Denton, 3020 N. Locust St. City of Denton, 556 Hobson Lane City of Denton, 5642 E. McKinney St. Clearwire / Lisa Ann Ber., 2804 N. Elm St.
Clearwire, 2801 S. Mayhill Road Colville Properties, 300 N. Carroll Blvd. Crown Castle, 1217 W. Oak St. Crown Castle, 1402 Dallas Drive Denton Area Training, 719 E. Hickory St. Mckesson, 2900 N. I-35, No. 401 Nails Now Spa, 1607 E. McKinney St., No. 900 Rental Center North Denton, 4309 Mesa Drive Sam’s Wash and Dry, 3001 N. Elm St.
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Lease: Mayday-Unit [4H] Operator: Eagleridge Operating, LLC Location: 224.7-acre unit, E. Puchalski, A-996; 0 Miles within Denton Field: Newark East [Barnett Shale] Total Depth: 8700'
Commercial Dr. Cai, 3341 Unicorn Lake Blvd. Inland Truck Parts, 4405 N. Elm St. Residential Audra Oaks Home Build., 901 Barbara St.
Lease: Tullio Operator: Encana Oil & Gas [USA] Inc. Location: 178.61-acre lease, BBB&C RR CO., Survey, A150; 5.8 Miles NW of Krum Field: East Newark [Barnett Shale] Total Depth: 9000'
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Lease: Underwood-Breen [1H] Operator: Eagleridge Operating, LLC Location: 227.51-acre unit, T. Toby, A-1285; 3.4 Miles W of Denton Field: Newark, East [Barnett Shale] Total Depth: 8750'
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Lease: Wright “C” Operator: Williams Prod. Gulf Coast, LP. Location: 160-acre lease, Blk. 3, SP RR CO Survey No. 1; A-185, 9 Miles N of Caddo Field: Wildcat Total Depth: 5000'
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119 Loophole Private Club, 119 W. Hickory St., Denton, $7,719.32 1512 Club, 1512 W. Hickory St., Denton, $4,048.10 1512 Club, 1512 W. Hickory St., Denton, $4,080.44 American Legion Post No.550, 905 N. Foundation, Pilot Point, $2,388.96 Andy's Private Club, 122 N. Locust St., Suite B, Denton, $10,924.20 Angelina's Mexican Restaurant, 1400 N. Corinth St., Suite 111, Corinth, $2,714.46 Angelina's Mexican Restaurant, 1400 N. Corinth St., Suite 111, Corinth, $2,548.70 Applebee's Neighborhood Grill, 2672 FM423, Little Elm, $4,079.60 Applebee's Neighborhood Grill, 707 S. I-35E, Denton, $9,248.54 Aramark Educational Services, 303 Administration St., Denton, $80.22 Ashton Gardens, 2001 Ashton Gardens Lane, Corinth, $4,583.74 B.P.O.E. Denton No.2446, 228 E. Oak St., Denton, $1,334.62
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Vital Statistics MIXED BEVERAGE TAX | CONTINUED FROM PAGE 19 Best Western Area Crown Chase, 2450 Brinker Road, Denton, $467.46 Black-Eyed Pea, 2420 S. I-35E, Denton, $281.12 Boomerjack Wings No.8, 407 W. University Drive, Denton, $1,382.64 Brunswick Zone Denton, 2200 San Jacinto Blvd., Denton, $3,185.98 Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar, 1400 S. Loop 288, Suite 110, Denton, $6,491.52 Cabana Beverages, 1300 N. I-35E, Denton, $399.84 Casa Torres Mexican Restaurant, 2708 FM51, Decatur, $2,460.64 Chili's Grill & Bar, 8394 S. Stemmons Freeway, Hickory Creek, $4,905.74 Chili's Grill & Bar, 600 S. Highway 287, Decatur, $6,977.04 Chili's Grill& Bar, 2406 N. I-35S, Denton, $5,379.08 Chilitos Private Club Inc., 619-623 S. Denton Drive, Lake Dallas, $199.36 Chipotle Mexican Grill, 1224 W. Hickory St., Denton, $118.44 Chuy's, 3300 Wind River Lane, Denton, $11,591.02 Cool Beans, 1210 W. Hickory St., Denton, $9,156.42 Cool Beans, 1210 W. Hickory St., Denton, $9,903.18 Courtyard By Marriott, 2800 Colorado Blvd., Denton, $479.22 Cow Camp Steakhouse, 3142 N. Highway 287, Decatur, $110.04 Cow Camp Steakhouse, 3142 N. Highway 287, Decatur, $90.30 Crazy Horse Saloon and Dance Hall, 1982 E. Highway 380, Decatur, $546.56 Crossroads Bar, 1803 N. Elm St., Denton, $2,483.32 Dan's Silverleaf, 103 Industrial St., Denton, $5,624.50 Denton Country Club, 1213 Country Club Road, Argyle, $3,454.50 Denton Side Bar, 109 Ave. A, Denton, $3,937.36 El Fenix-Denton, Texas 2229 S. I35E, Denton, $1,760.64 El Guapo's, 419 S. Elm St., Denton, $2,404.22 Ernesto's Mexican Restaurant, 10279 FM455E, Suite 1, Pilot Point, $3,324.16 Fry Street Public House, 125 Ave. A, Denton, $10,053.96 Fry Street Public House, 125 Ave. A, Denton, $12,681.48 Fry Street Tavern Club, 121 Ave. A, Denton, $10,774.96 Fuzzy's Taco Shop, 1044 Maple St., Suite 101, Sanger, $493.78 Fuzzy's Taco Shop, 109 N. State St., Decatur, $1,902.60 Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, 421 Highway 377S, Argyle, $2,807.56 Genghis Grill The Mongolian, 2416 Lillian Miller Parkway, Denton, $505.54 Gerhard's, 222 W. Hickory St., Suite 104, Denton, $639.10 Gerhard's, 222 W. Hickory St., Suite 104, Denton, $688.52 Good Eats No.729, 5812 N. I-35, Denton, $0 Hannahs, 111 W. Mulberry St., Denton, $9,624.72 Hickory Street Lounge, 212 E. Hickory St., Denton, $4,240.32 Hilton Garden Inn Denton, 3110 Colorado Blvd., Denton, $1,542.10 Holiday Inn Denton, 1434 Centre Place Drive, Denton, $631.26 Hooligans Private Club, 104 N. Locust St., Denton, $10,143.28 Hooters Of Denton, 985 S. I-35E, Denton, $8,180.34 II Charlies Private Club, 809 Sunset St., Denton, $10,562.86 J.R. Pockets Club, 1127 Fort Worth Drive, Denton, $5,877.34 Jackie's, 201 Main St., Lake Dallas, $4,407.06 Joey's Ristorante Italiano, 26735 US Highway 380E, Little Elm, $1,166.62 Johnny Carino's Italian, 1516 Centre Place Drive, Denton, $2,209.48 Keiichi, 500 N. Elm St., Denton, $812.14 Kobe Sushi & Steak LLC, 2832 Eldorado Parkway, Suite 208, Little Elm, $418.88 La Milpa Mexican Restaurant, I820 S. I-35E. Unit 1. Denton, $1,753.08 Lake Cities Post No 88. America, 105 Gotcher Ave., Lake Dallas, $3,118.36 Lake Dallas Point Restaurant, 303 Swisher Road, No. 100, Lake Dallas, $5,156.76 Lantana Golf Club, 800 Golf Club Drive, Argyle, $3,804.92 Los Charros, 2763 E. Eldorado Parkway, Suite 105, Little Elm, $959.84 Los Jalapenos Restaurant, 420 W. Eldorado Parkway, Little Elm, $201.04 Lowbrows Beer and Wine Garden, 200 W. Washington St., Pilot Point, $483.84 Lucky Lous, 1207 W. Hickory St., Denton, $25,074.28 Mable Peabody's Beauty Parlor, 1125 E. University Drive, Suite 107, Denton, $3,286.78 Mellow Mushroom, 217 E. Hickory St., Denton, $4,412.38 Meritt Ranch Beverages Limited, 2946 Ganzar Road,
Denton, $492.80 Meritt Ranch Beverages Limited, 2946 Ganzar Road, Denton, $820.40 Metzlers Food And Beverage Inc., 1251 S. Bonnie Brae St., Denton, $435.12 Mexi-Go Restaurant, 2831 Eldorado Parkway, Suite 112, Little Elm, $1,756.86 Mexi-Go Restaurant, 2831 Eldorado Parkway, Suite 112, Little Elm, $1,602.02 Mi Sueno Club, 2648 FM407E, Suite 150, Bartonville, $2,989.28 Mi Sueno Club, 2648 FM407E, Suite 150, Bartonville, $3,231.34 Mi Taza Latin Tex-Mex Café, 5017 Teasley Lane, Suite 101, Denton, $773.78 Miguelito's, 1521 E. McCart St., Krum, $1,214.92 Miguelitos, 1412 N. Stemmons St., No. 178, Sanger, $2,044.98 Norman Heitz Memorial Post, 104501 Thompson, Lake Dallas, $2,009.84 Oak Street Drafthouse Club, 308 E. Oak St., Denton, $20,798.82 Oakmont Country Club, 1200 Clubhouse Drive, Corinth, $5,574.94 Ollimac Company, 1400 Corinth Bend, Suite 103, Corinth, $1,111.18 On The Border, 2829 S. I-35E, Denton, $5,773.88 Outback Steakhouse, 300 S. I-35E, Denton, $4,671.94 Papi's Cantina Private Club, 421 Highway 377S, Argyle, $0 Papi's Cantina Private Club, 421 Highway 377S, Argyle, $0 Papi's Cantina Private Club, 421 Highway 377S, Argyle, $0 Pedro's Tex Mex & Grill, 209 S. Washington St., Pilot Point, $725.76 Pedro's Tex Mex & Grill, 209 S. Washington St., Pilot Point, $593.18 Pei Wei Asian Diner, 1931 S. Loop 288, Suite 130, Denton, $156.38 Phil Miller Post No.2205, 909 Sunset St., Denton, $1,911.98 Pilot Point Columbus Club, 221 N. Prairie St., Pilot Point, $88.06 Pizza Hut, 730 S. Highway 377S, Pilot Point, $40.88 Pourhouse Sports Grill, 3350 Unicorn Lake Blvd., Denton, $5,665.24 Prairie House Restaurant, 10001 Highway 380, Cross Roads, $2,216.48 Queenie's Steakhouse, 113 E. Hickory St., Denton, $0 Queenie's Steakhouse, 113 E. Hickory St., Denton,
$3,116.26 Red Lobster No.6349, 2801 S. I-35E, Denton, $2,801.40 Ringers, 807 Eagle Drive, Denton, $1,769.74 Ringers, 807 Eagle Drive, Denton, $1,786.82 Riprock's, 1211 W. Hickory St., Denton, $12,650.82 Rockin' Rodeo, 1009 Ave. C, Denton, $10,389.26 Rocky's Sports Bar, 2000 W. University Drive, Denton, $4,495.54 Rooster's Roadhouse, 113 Industrial St., Denton, $5,854.66 Rooster's Roadhouse Decatur, 106 N. Trinity St., Decatur, $2,820.02 Rosa's Cafe & Tortilla Factory, 1275 S. Loop 288, Denton, $322.00 Rt's Social Club Inc., 1100 Dallas Drive, Suite 124, Denton, $15,202.60 Rubber Gloves, 409 E. Sycamore St., Denton, $1,772.68 Rubber Gloves, 409 E. Sycamore St., Denton, $2,755.48 Ruby-Jeans Social Club Inc., 309 N. FM156, Ponder, $1,154.58 Rusty Taco Denton, 210 E. Hickory St., Denton, $0 Schmitty's, 407 W. Eldorado Parkway, Suite 1, Little Elm, $505.96 Scooters Tavern, 6481 FM455W, Sanger, $2,520.14 Sushi Café, 1401 W. Oak St., Denton, $183.40 Sweetie Pie's Ribeyes, 201 W. Main St., Decatur, $711.34 Sweetwater Grill & Tavern, 115 S Elm St., Denton, $6,910.40 Swishers, 501 E. Swisher Road, Lake Dallas, $0 Swishers, 501 E. Swisher Road, Lake Dallas, $0 Texas Land & Cattle Steak House, 8398 S. Stemmons Freeway, Hickory Creek, $2,580.48 Texas Roadhouse, 2817 S. I-35E, Denton, $5,841.92 The Abbey Inn Restaurant & Pub, 101 W. Hickory St., Denton, $10,183.60 The Abbey Inn Restaurant & Pub, 101 W. Hickory St., Denton, $7,758.10 The Aztec Club, 720 W. University Drive, Denton, $2,688.70 The Bears Den, 11670 Massey Road, Pilot Point, $233.94 The Garage, 113 Ave. A, Denton, $6,911.94 The Green House, 600 N. Locust St., Denton, $4,589.48 The Labb Club, 218 W. Oak St., Denton, $5,925.92 The Lion's Den, 2700 E. Eldorado Parkway, Suite 250, Little Elm, $799.26 The Olive Garden Italian Restaurant, 2809 S. I-35E, Denton, $3,522.26 Three Fins Seafood Grill, 2303 S. I-35E, Denton, $1,492.40 University Lanes, 1212 E. University Drive, Denton, $2,145.92 Varsity Roadhouse, 26781 US Highway 380E, Little Elm, $2,215.64 Varsity Roadhouse, 26781 US Highway 380E, Little Elm, $2,517.48 Verona Pizza Italian Restaurant, 201 Loop 81/287N, Decatur, $92.68
Villa Grande Mexican Restaurant, 2530 W. University Drive, Suite 114, Denton, $2,440.90 Villa Grande Mexican Restaurant, 12000 US Highway 380, Suite 100, Cross Roads, $3,170.44 Vitty's Club Inc., 1776 Teasley Lane, Suite 102, Denton,
$4,727.24 Wild Horse Grill, 9400 Ed Robson Circle, Denton, $3,501.54 Wing Town, 4271 FM2181, No. C316, Corinth, $0
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Vital Statistics LIENS
The following liens were posted in May at the Denton County Clerk’s office.
STATE TAX LIENS
NAME/ADDRESS Merla R. Pittman, P.O. Box 51533, Denton
RELEASE OF STATE TAX LIENS
NAME/ADDRESS Byron D. Lindsey and Kerri M. Lindsey, 1301 Cheyenne Trail, Corinth Fitness Evolution Denton LP., 2231 S. Loop 288, Denton Lee and S. Company, 3606 S. I-35E, Suite 100, Denton Wireline Tool Supply LLC, 6335 FM 1830, Argyle
FEDERAL TAX LIENS
NAME/ADDRESS Bradley J. Warner, 3516 Wessex Court, Denton DFW Acrylic and Plastering Inc., 2126 James St., Denton Hockeey Stick Talent Inc., 204 Wellington Oaks Place, Denton Maunel Sincal, Massey St., Lot 17, Denton Rayburn K. Pierce, 2609 Buckngham Drive, Denton Roberto Alonso, 2203 Bernard St., Denton Springbok Academy Inc., 1300 Fulton St. Suite 502, Denton Sukhothai Restaurant Inc., 1800 S. Loop 288, Suite 224, Denton
RELEASE OF FEDERAL TAX LIENS
NAME/ADDRESS Armando W. and Juli A. Diaz, 2052 Driskell Drive, Corinth David R. Mosher, 809 Brock Circle, Denton Dion E. and Jennifer B. Islas, 1812 Avon Drive, Corinth Etep Free Inc., Lucky Lous, 1209 W. Hickory St., Denton Gaddis W. and Linda S. Godi, 2301 Crestmeadow St., Denton James B. and Monica L. Canuteson, 2817 Barnes Drive, Denton Jeffrey C. and Stacie A. Snider, 2829 Custer Drive, Corinth Jesus H. Guerrero, P.O. Box 2831, Denton Jose P. Sanchez Jr., 332 Brooke St., Denton Juan A. Gonzalez, 4973 Stuart Road No. 137, Denton Laura Wood Von Utassy, 804 N. Locust St.,Apt. B1, Denton Lee Roy Rodriguez, 1721 Teasley Lane, Apt. 247, Denton Randall Stanton Boyd, 123 N. Elm St., Denton Randall Stanton Boyd, 123 N. Elm St., Denton Randall Stanton Boyd, 123 N. Elm St., Denton Randall Stanton Boyd, 123 N. Elm St., Denton Randall Stanton Boyd, 123 N. Elm St., Denton Rebecca D. Duke, 5301 E. McKinney St., Trailer 96, Denton Robert J. and Amy E. Wilhoit, 1509 Palo Verde Drive, Denton Robert J. Bursby, 317 B. East Hickory, Denton Sam and D. Eileen Marshall, 3259 S. Branch Road, Krum Terri L. Slay and Cindy K. Davis, 600 Oak St., Pilot Point Virgil K. and Judy A. Shrauner, Denton William T. Atkins, 1909 Hollyhill Lane, Denton
NAME/ADDRESS Alan and Bonnie Wimberley, 325 West Grove, Pilot Point Charles and Kendra King, 3500 Elm Bottom Circle, Aubrey Jeanna Bayer, 412 Ridgecrest Circle, Denton Johnny N. and Darla L. Hinchey, 1736 Timber Ridge Circle, Corinth Lester and Connie Salter, 424 Village Way, Argyle Michael and Cynthia Kirby, 6751 Robinson Canyon Road, Aubrey Michael and Robin Chenault, 2319 Regina Drive, Denton Regina M. Pinnell, 5020 Coral Cove, Denton Rodrick and Deborah Brown, 1303 Maiden Court, Corinth Scott and Kristie Smith, 1634 Knoll Ridge Circle, Corinth
TYPE Limited sales excise and use tax
REC. DATE 05/23/2013
TYPE Limited sales excise and use tax Limited sales excise and use tax Limited sales excise and use tax Limited sales excise and use tax
AMOUNT $173,499.79 $12,534.60 $1,572.93 $3,968.25
REC. DATE 05/02/2013 05/31/2013 05/08/2013 05/02/2013
TYPE 1040 941 941 1040 1040 1040 941 941
AMOUNT $225,514.58 $18,330.34 $38,624.06 $34,932.49 $34,602.05 $26,345.49 $6,066.31 $6,214.22
REC. DATE 06/03/2013 06/04/2013 06/03/2013 05/22/2013 05/16/2013 05/01/2013 05/09/2013 05/01/2013
TYPE 1040 1040 1040 941 1040 1040 1040 1040 1040 1040 1040 1040 940, 941 941 941 940, 941 940, 941 1040 1040 1040 1040 1040 1040 1040
AMOUNT $7,950.80 $17,441.99 $11,145.66 $21,999.21 $20,171.93 $9,004.45 $8,589.53 $5,790.29 $8,031.96 $11,678.30 $179.27 $1,728.28 $23,056.92 $7,908.73 $19,497.36 $87,233.31 $88,590.23 $332.04 $8,505.37 $6,655.80 $7,652.61 $7,439.83 $39,654.35 $17,439.28
REC. DATE 05/16/2013 05/07/2013 05/07/2013 05/29/2013 06/04/2013 05/07/2013 05/07/2013 05/07/2013 06/04/2013 05/20/2013 05/29/2013 06/04/2013 05/29/2013 05/29/2013 05/29/2013 05/29/2013 05/29/2013 05/07/2013 05/16/2013 06/04/2013 05/20/2013 05/07/2013 06/03/2013 05/09/2013
CONTRACTOR Charles Cook Craig Snider Custom Homes US Total Care Corp. Davids Remodeling Craftsman Village Homes Victor Myers Construction LLC Metroplex Comm Pools BMR Pool & Patio Liquid Concept Pools Remodeling and Design
AMOUNT $20,000.00 $750,000.00 $86,180.00 $40,874.41 $345,715.00 $650,652.00 $35,800.00 $38,554.14 $35,000.00 $35,924.00
REC. DATE 05/29/2013 05/23/2013 04/30/2013 05/06/2013 05/01/2013 05/23/2013 05/10/2013 05/10/2013 04/30/2013 06/03/2013
The following sales permits were issued by the State Comptroller’s Office for May. The list includes the owner, name of business and address within the area codes of 75034, 75065, 75068, 76201, 76205, 76207, 76208, 76209, 76210, 76226, 76227, 76234, 76249, 76258, 76259 and 76266. 75034 Enhance International Inc., Enhance International Inc., 15222 King Road, Suite 701, Little Elm
75065 America's Cable Park Group LLC, Tower Tap House, 290 E. Eldorado Parkway, Little Elm, Andres W. Santos, Corstech Enterprise, 1920 Peppertree Drive, Little Elm Blue Sky Satellite & Theater Services LLC, Blue Sky Satellite & Theater Services LLC, 209 Hardwicke Lane, Little Elm Chanthaly Manygoldfarb, Thisnthat, 1551 Brandywine Lane, Little Elm
The following names (followed by DBA and address) were posted in May in the Denton County Clerk’s Office.
Chris Ministries Inc., Chris Ministries Inc., 14508 Richmond Circle, Little Elm Donna Kay Stallcup, Always Kiss Me Goodnight, 720 Main St., Hickory Creek Dena Rushing, JJ Rush Performance and Auto Repair, 2121 Michelle Creek Drive, Little Elm Dewanna Hodges and Latesheia Arnold Snoblast, 1409 Danielle Creek Drive, Little Elm Frankie R. Lane Sparkles & Spotless, 14517 Eaglemont Drive, Little Elm J & J Family Fitness LLC, Anytime Fitness, 2701 Little Elm Parkway, Little Elm Jose De Jesus Bustos, Pioneer Granite Countertops, 2521 Still Springs Drive, Little Elm
Luis A. Rios, L E Air Conditioning and Heating, 1058 Port Isabel Drive, Little Elm Mary Lou Noble Crossing Two Hearts, 1147 Shell Beach Drive, Little Elm Mechanical Insect Spray Technology LLC, Mechanical Insect Spray Technology LLC, 2316 Elm Valley Drive, Little Elm Pennie MurrayLLC, Pennie MurrayLLC, 9205 Windsor Drive, Little Elm Robertson Parent Teacher Association Robertson Parent Teacher Association, 2501 Woodlake Parkway, Little Elm Tyron Orlando Bufford, Jackson & Bufford Corp., 1301 Red Drive, Little Elm Vestox Inc., Vestox Inc., 185 Cottonwood Lane, Little Elm 76201 A & A Cycles LLC, A & A Cycles LLC, 534 S. Elm St., Denton Calhoun Middle School PTA, Calhoun Middle School PTA, 709 W. Congress St., Denton Christopher Kiley and Joshua Kiley, Chief Motors, 805
NAME — DBA/ADDRESS
NAME — DBA/ADDRESS
Alejandra Franco, Francos Auot Sales, 1107 Shady Oaks Drive, Denton Alena Spotswood, Paper Cookies, 1224 E. Hickory St., No. 1504, Denton Amy and Caroline Tafolla, The Court Cab, 5201 Par Drive, No. 516, Denton Amy McInnis, Amy's Way Essentially Pure, 806 E. McKinney St., Denton Andres M. Flores, The Mobile Organizer, 404 Mockingbird Lane, Denton Ariana Nicole Miller, ANM Photography, 3490 Teasley Lane, Suite No. 2, Denton Brian Todd Storrie, SMS Racing, 3228 Ft. Worth Drive, No. 102, Denton Bryce Eubancks, Angry Ape Fitness, 3515 Wessex Court, Denton Bryce Eubancks, Angry Ape Illustration, 3515 Wessex Court, Denton Dana Miller, Dana Miller Enterprises, 624 W. University Drive, No. 260, Denton Dana Miller, Zenith Investigations, 624 W. University Drive, No. 260, Denton Darlene M. Mulet, dneeni, 4300 Comer St., Denton David Dick, The Eye Doctors of Denton, 207 W. Hickory St., Denton David Gibson, North Texas Marine Ornamentals, 3313 Bentgate Court, Denton David Gibson, NTMO, 3313 Bentgate Court, Denton Deborah A. Becker and Sandra J. Walker, Millies Mercantile, 5800 N. I-35, Suite 400, Denton Deborah Trosper, Contact Pro, 2217 Jefferson Trail, Denton Devan McDonald, Denton County Homebrewers Guild, 420 Audra Lane, Apt. G, Denton EBS III Financial Inc., Miller Veterinary Supply Co., 1095 Woodrow Lane, No. 200, Denton Esdras Passos and Giovanna E. Puccio, .G.Discount.com, 7309 Frost Lane, Denton Gentry Henn, G and H. Automotive, 1929 Colorado Blvd., Apt. E, Denton Harmon W. Robinson, Classic Inoovations, 2801 Spencer Road, No. 3101, Denton Jacob Willis, Jake Willis Photography, 1979 Colorado Blvd., Apt. D, Denton Jacob Willis, Willis Lawnscapes, 1979 Colorado Blvd., Apt. D, Denton Jamie Lee Free, Finetuning Consulting, 1916 Highland Park Circle, Denton Janette Wright, Simply Clean Services, 8205 Serenity Way, Denton Janette Wright, Simply Your Décor, 8205 Serenity Way, Denton Jeff Delgado and Michael Hays, HD Retrofitters, 4344 Lacroix Road, Denton Jessica Rana and Valerie Lyons, Texas Confection, 2301 Ranch House, Denton Jett Keither Wilemon, Ice Calf Sno Cones, 3818 Lariat Road, Denton Joe Jeter, Delta One Construction Services, 3808 Calvert Lane, Denton John J. Shea, Shea Wealthcare, 3939 Teasley Lane, No. 243, Denton Juwan B. Fernando, Aventureland Early Leaning Center, 1407 Fulton St., Denton Kathie McDonald, KJ Kreations, 417 Sanders Road, Denton Kay Haveman, Kay's Quilting Studio, 1229 Bellemead Drive, Denton
Kenneth J. McGovern, KJ Income Unlimited Inc., 8805 Sarasota, Denton Lamar Woodham, Jetski Rental Dallas, 2111 Clubside Drive, Denton Linda Dedmon, Ebone Tours and Cruises, 1203 Kerley St., Denton Mable and Kelven Devereaux, Sunblocker Window Solutions, 111 S. Crawford, Denton Maricela Hernandez-Puga, Hermandez Restaurant and Catering, 511 Robertson St., Denton Merele E. Moon, Hairstyles By Lady Moon, 1776 Teasley Lane, Suite 107, Denton Michael A. Upshaw, Upshaw Law Firm P.C., 121 W. Hickory St., Denton Michael Briggs, NTX Easy Web, 2311 Houston Place, Denton Michael J. Pittman Junior and III, Vision Educational Solutions, 600 Goldenrod, Drive, Denton Mickey LeWayne Jones, Jones and Associates Security Consultants, 624 W. University Drive, No. 272 Miguel Angel Lopez, Oncall Pro Techs Sewer and Drain, 4525 Fox Sedge Lane, Denton Miki Harel, Target Direct Couriers, 2441 Stockbridge Road, No. 14108, Denton Molli Endres, Divine Mercy Catholic Books and Gifts, 262 S. I-35E, Denton Norma J. Brazeal and Walter L. Brazeal, Crickette's Flowers and Gifts, 1635 W. University Drive, Denton Patton Acquisitions LLC, Longhorn Cove Apartments, 300 Stockade Lane, Denton Paul McColley, PM Entertainment, 5201 Par Drive, Apt. 311, Denton Pero E. Garcia, Be Green Lawn Care Services, 301 Dallas Drive, Suite No. 125, Denton Rafeal Lopez, R&A Landscape, 3400 Ft. Worth Drive, Denton Rebecca Perry, Perry Safety Service, 3505 Sundown Blvd., Denton Rodney Love, Artizeh Threads, 2021 Kayewood Drive, Denton Ronald Davis and Luke A. Taylor, Coffeewright Roasters, 2020 Devonshire Drive, Denton Ryan Lewis, www.whovapes.com, 311 W. Shady Shores Road, Denton Saima Alimohamed, Vapors Smokes and Novelties, 326 E. McKinney Ave., Suite 106, Denton Slade Gagle, Acute Acquisitions and Operations, 1000 Willowwood St., Denton Stephen F. Fanning, Fanning and Associates, 226 Sanders Road, Denton Steven H. Magers, Truxx Outfitters, 2101 W. University Drive, Denton Steven Robert Johnson, Steven Robert Johnson, 1321 Normon St., Unit 100, Denton Svannah Teel, Re:generation Boutique, 2527 Louise St., No. 109, Denton Travis Wiest, Rocketshop Saddlery, 116 N. Locust St., Denton Trinae Hall, A Touch of Beauty, 940 Robson Ranch Blvd., Denton Turaj Raietparvartaloukie, In and Out Texacco, 1516 E. McKinney St., Denton Will Hurley, Standing Room Only Events, 116 Meadowbrook Circle, Denton William Wade Johnston, Allied Wlding Supply Management, 1811 Shady Oaks Drive, Suite 100, Denton
S. Locust St., Denton Donna S. Gregory Dragonfly Inc., 1008 N. Locust St., Denton Gold Mine BBQ LLC, Gold Mine BBQ, 222 W Hickory St., Suite 103, Denton Hans Peter Roehrig, Hans Handel, 1500 W. Oak St., Apt. 1, Denton Herrera's Tex-Mex Mbs. LLC, Herrera's Tex-Mex Restaurant, 100 W Oak St., Suite 160, Denton Higgs Construction & Remodeling LLC, Higgs Construction & Remodeling LLC, 1022 Egan St., Denton Jingsheng Lu, Magic Health Company, 1005 W. Hickory St., Apt. W10, Denton Joshua Kiley and Christopher Kiley, Chief Motors, 805 S. Locust St., Denton Last Drop Taverns LLC, Last Drop TavernsLLC, 508 S. Elm St., Denton Mulberry St. Collective LLC, Mulberry Street Cantina, 110 W. Mulberry St., Denton Saima Alimohamed, Vapors Smokes & Novelties, 326 E. McKinney St., Suite 106, Denton The Irish Boozer Inc., The Irish Boozer, 508 S. Elm St., Suite 105, Denton
Travis Wiest and Leddy Foster, Rockeyshop Saddlery, 116 N. Locust St., Denton Truxx Outfitters LLC, Truxx Outfitters LLC, 2101 W. University Drive, Denton Vigne LLC, Vigne LLC, 219 E. Hickory St., Denton 76203 Barnes & Noble College Booksellers LLC, University Of North Texas Bookstore No. 8085, 1155 Union Circle, Denton 76205 No.1 A Lifesafer Of Texas Interlock Inc., No. 1 A Lifesafer Of Texas Interlock Inc., Denton, 725 S. Woodrow Lane, Denton Dana Twilley, Dana Twilley, 1212 Olmos Creek Place, Denton David Dittmeyer, Golden Triangle Mall, 2201 S. I-35E, Denton Gustavo Rodas, G R Auto Sales, 1000 Dallas Drive, Denton
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Homeyer Enterprises LLC, Stonemeyer Granite, 1230 Fort Worth Drive, Denton Max Midwest Services LLC, Max Midwest Services LLC, 2241 Hollyhill Lane, Denton Sodexomagic LLC, Humana Military Denton, 2223 Colorado Blvd., Denton 76206 Robert Gonzales and Michael Linton, Hook Em Horns Lawn Service, 2101 Colorado Blvd., Denton
76207 Caged Tomato LLC, Caged Tomato LLC, 2301 N. Masch Branch Road, Suite 207, Denton Darlene M. Mullet, Dneeni4300, Comer St., Denton HD Supply Construction Supply Ltd., 2300 I-35W, Suite 100, Denton J.A.C.K.W. Group B Investments LLC, Ice Calf Sno Cones, 3818 Lariat Road, Denton Jason B. Early, Jason Early's Merchandise, 321 Gardenview St., Denton M3k Partners LLC, Lean Machine, 2620 Coffey Drive, Denton Yes Companies Exp. 2 LLC, Southfork, 4937 Stuart Road, Trailer 1, Denton
76208 Benny A. Ward, Benny A. Ward, 6307 Barberry Ave., Denton Christopher L. Brown, CB Landscapes & More, 1924 Countryside Drive, Denton Exclusive Law Enforcement Products Inc., Exclusive Law Enforcement Products Inc., 4510 Trumpet Vine Denton Yes Companies Exp. 2 LLC, Denton Falls, 6601 Grissom Road, Denton Denton I.S.D. Accounts Payable, Bettye Myers Middle School, 131 N. Garza Road, Shady Shores
76209 Community Ice Vending LLC, Community Ice Vending LLC, 1611 E. McKinney St., Denton Jacob Douglas Mcbee, Boneyard Studio, 1212 Mistywood Lane, Denton Koji T. Flowers, Big Cloud Media, 513 Chisholm Trail, Denton
76210 Brand No.5 Enterprises LLC, US Lawns Of Denton, 2011 Birch Lane, Corinth Bryana Lee Fairchild Salon Rene', 3691 FM2181, Suite B, Corinth Creator Give LLC, Creator Give LLC, 4251 FM2181, Suite 230221, Corinth Dave M. Randolph, Starr Sound, 1519 Nightingale Lane, Corinth Green Edge Lawn Services LLC, Green Edge Lawn ServicesLLC, 1508 Knoll Ridge Circle, Corinth Hickory Creek Dental Group and Orthodontics PC, Hickory Creek Dental Group and Orthodontics PC, 5017 Teasley Lane, Suite 165, Denton Kathie Joyce Cummons, KJ Kreations, 417 Sanders Road, Denton Lori L. Henderson, Concept2creation, 2405 Miranda Place, Denton Nilesh Patel, Ab's Collections, 3415 Friesian Court, Denton Shannon F. Stone, Vintage Collectibles, 2416 Blue Holly Drive, Corinth
76226 Corinne Orsak, Bohunk Barbecue Company, 3604 Riesling Drive, Denton Michelle M. Beecher, Kitchen2kitchen, 214 Westover Drive, Argyle Potenza Promotions LLC, Potenza Promotions LLC, 810 Genoa Court, Argyle Solutions Decorating LLC, Solutions Decorating LLC, 801
W. Front St., Argyle Spectre Consulting LLC, O-Key Saddlery, 8180 Tudor Lane, Argyle 76227 Aubrey Athletic Booster Club, Aubrey Athletic Booster Club, 510 Spring Hill Road, Aubrey CCK Outfitters LLC, CCK Outfitters LLC, 1027 Janet St., Aubrey Cody B. Hogan, Bcc Lawn and Landscaping, 606 S. Magnolia St., Aubrey Jose Ortega & Evelin Lazo, V&F 8625 King Ranch Drive, Cross Roads Kathryn D. Lusk, Gabilicious, 8908 Stewart St., Cross Roads Roy B Pennington, Pennington Farms, 103 N. Highway 377, Aubrey Roy B Pennington, Pennington Tires, 103 N. Highway 377, Aubrey T&Co Energy Services Inc., T&CO Energy Services Inc., 3718 Warschun Road, Aubrey Wilmer B. Wilson, CNC Services, 1509 Heron Drive, Aubrey
76266 Casie L BristerBaseball/Softball Flip Flops & More, 2 Sable Creek Blvd., Sanger Evan D. Stucky, Stucky Mowing, 5885 Canyon Road, Sanger J.S. Phillips Family Investments, Ltd. Mcdonald's
No.25539 601 N Stemmons St., Sanger Lisa Castro, Pro360 Virtual Tours and Photography, 1184 FM455W, Sanger Margie Matthews Et Al, The Pallet Pros, 900 Utility Road, No. 108, Sanger Melissa Osmun Kearney, Honeycomb Quilts, 10865
FM2164, Sanger Michael D. Castro, Professional Photography By Michael, 1184 FM455W, Sanger Mindy G. Coin, In Cahoots, 640 S. Stemmons St., Suite 200, Sanger Sno2go LLC, Sno2go, 701 N. Stemmons St., Sanger
76234 Amy Beth Mcdonald, Cowgirl Crap, 864 County Road 4380, Decatur Circulation Solutions LLC, Circulation Solutions LLC, 2530 N. Highway 287, Decatur Connie Perry, Spa Stillness Nails, 1208 S. FM51, Suite, Decatur Crawford Electric Supply Company Inc., Crawford Electric Supply Company Inc., 2045 E. Highway 380, Decatur Cute and Trendy Consignment LLC, Cute and Trendy Consignment LLC, 120 E. Main St., Decatur Decatur Lions Club, Decatur Lions Club, 207 N. State St., Decatur Decatur Texas Lions Club Inc., Decatur Texas Lions Club, 207 N. State St., Decatur Double Creek Capital Ltd., Double Creek Capital Ltd., 2201 S. FM51, Suite 600, Decatur John Callan and John Cobb, J & D Truck Accessories, 4195 S. FM51, Decatur Priority Equipment Rentals LLC, Priority Equipment Rentals LLC, 2510 N. Highway 287, Decatur Priority Equipment Rentals LLC, Priority Equipment Rentals LLC, 2510 N. Highway 287, Decatur Ronnie Shaine Brockett, Preservation Pro's, 417 County Road No. 2320, Decatur 76249 Chris Rushing LLC, Chris Rushing, 4641 FM2450, Krum Victoriano Martinez Jr., Freedom Sales, 6812 Spring Branch Drive, Krum 76258 Advancecare Veterinary Hospital LLC, Advancecare Veterinary Hospital Of Pilot Point, 1235 S. Highway 377, Pilot Point D DesignsLLC, D DesignsLLC, 10443 Cole Road, Pilot Point Flash Mart Abrams LLC, D & D Mart, 1293 S. Highway 377, Pilot Point J.C. Boyd Contracting Inc., J. C. Boyd Contracting Inc., 8093 FM455E, Pilot Point J.S. Phillips Family Investments Ltd., McDonald's No.30798, 1230 S. Highway 377, Pilot Point Legends Restaurant & Sports Bar LLC, Legends Restaurant & Sports Bar, 1313 N. Highway 377, Pilot Point Link To Liturgy LLC, Link To Liturgy LLC,1009 N. Anna St., Pilot Point Pilot Point Auto Parts LLC, Pilot Point Auto Parts LLC, 1321 N. Highway 377, Pilot Point Vikki J. Mclean, Celtic Cowgirl, 11162 Osburn Road, Pilot Point
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